Tag: technology

  • Why Entrepreneurs Stop Innovating

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    At some point, every entrepreneur stops innovating. Let’s talk about how to put that off for as long as possible. Make no mistake, the end of the innovation cycle is inevitable. It’s also necessary. At my last startup, Automated Insights, two years after we were acquired, we decided to go all in and push the […]

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  • Case Study Apple Watch. How to manipulate your opinion?

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    Brilliant marketing skill is embedded in Apple’s DNA. Watch — isn’t a phone, it’s an additional accessory, the need to buy which for many people is not obvious. In how many times the value of Apple Watch for customers can be increased if somebody will say that this watch could save their life? The latest story at ABC News […]

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  • The Dark Side of Blockchain

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    Star Wars is a compelling story about a little kid called Anakin Skywalker. Branded ‘the Chosen One’, Anakin is the saga’s messiah who holds great promise to bring balance to the force and ensure peace throughout the galaxy. (SPOILER ALERT) Except he doesn’t quite live up to the hype. In the end, Anakin’s individual complexity, lack […]

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  • Why Is the Human Brain So Efficient?

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    How massive parallelism lifts the brain’s performance above that of AI The brain is complex; in humans it consists of about 100 billion neurons, making on the order of 100 trillion connections. It is often compared with another complex system that has enormous problem-solving power: the digital computer. Both the brain and the computer contain a […]

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  • Designing the Culture of Tomorrow

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    Technology and culture exist within a constant state of intertwined expansion. It’s easy to forget that the first iPhone was released in 2007, a mere eleven years ago. Today approximately three billion people [1] use smartphones, about 39% of our total population. Each one of these devices providing access to much of the world’s full […]

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  • How Technologies Have Influenced The Digital Marketing Industry?

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    By Doc Searls Digital Marketing is actively growing and presents users with incredible new products. It’s always going to be a changing industry since the online world is developing rapidly. For example, in the U.S, many businesses spend about $120 billion on digital marketing, making it one of the biggest playing fields. Every company desires to have […]

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  • With AirPods 2 rumored, are AirPods safe to buy this holiday season?

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    Rumors have circulated in recent months that Apple was close to releasing a successor to the AirPods, its popular $159 wireless Bluetooth earbuds. There were a number of reasons to believe that, too. The original AirPods are quickly closing in on being 2 years old, and there were plenty of big Apple events to release an […]

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  • How Come We Keep Buying New iPhones (or any other Phones in particular) Every Year?

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    Is it the capitalist overlords or…are we also at fault? Previously I wrote about how longer lasting LED Bulbs makes it harder to sell them and that they should consider switching business model to lighting-as-a-service. While it’s an interesting topic on its own right, I discovered another interesting stuff while looking up about bulbs. If you take search for […]

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  • The Future Technological Disparity

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    Tech titans are portraying a future with more equality, but are we doomed to repeat the same mistakes? The technology industry is preparing for an automation revolution as artificial intelligence is becoming the dominant future trend. We are fully committed as 80% of enterprises have started investing in AI while 61% of businesses have already began implementation. Technology companies […]

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  • Everyone Is Talking About the Future of Work. Here Are 4 Ways to Take Your Company Into the Future Now.

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      Studies suggest that the most valuable employees in the future will be those able to regularly and rapidly learn new skills. Forty-seven percent of U.S. jobs are at risk of being automated within the next 20 years, according to researchers at Oxford University. Their studies suggest that the most valuable employees in the future will not […]

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